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|0000400||lwtt||public||2010-05-21 00:57||2014-06-27 21:43|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Summary||0000400: Sorting (alphabetically etc.)|
|Description||The application should allow to order/sort items by various columns (mainly alphabetically by name). The best method is probably to do it by double-clicking on the appropriate column header. The current sorting should be indicated (e.g. by a small icon in the header) and saved into the data file.|
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|Has any progress been made on this? I'm thinking it would be a good simple project (I have just gained Java progression, but 0 EXP writing stuff).|
edited on: 2014-06-27 21:43
Right, I have finally managed to implement all the changes I want (first Java project done!):
1. User-specified sort column, with particular order.
2. Sort details are persisted.
3. User can specify the time consumption of a task direct (e.g. you know you've been working on a task for 10 minutes but forgot to start it in lwtt, you can now enter in '0:10' and then start it).
Please see the sorted-list branch: https://github.com/OmegaPhil/lwtt/commits/sorted-list [^] - I moved the class hierarchy to src to appease NetBeans (it wanted a top-level pure source directory defined to properly locate things) - is there a proper way to sort this?
Once this is upstream in some form, I can take the repo down.
|2009-04-17 17:37||luk||New Issue|
|2009-04-17 17:37||luk||Status||new => assigned|
|2009-04-17 17:37||luk||Assigned To||=> luk|
|2014-06-22 21:44||OmegaPhil||Note Added: 0000688|
|2014-06-27 21:41||OmegaPhil||Note Added: 0000689|
|2014-06-27 21:43||OmegaPhil||Note Edited: 0000689||View Revisions|
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